I initially thought this would be an annoyingly bro-tastic film with guidance and support strictly coming from the men in Superman’s life. But women play an equal role (although sadly their lives revolve around men), the importance of both femininity and masculinity is stressed and the film attempts to deconstruct hyper-masculinity.
This post is part of my Favorite Vegan Things theme for Vegan MoFo 2013. My first favorite meal was accidentally a vegan one.
Vegan MoFo is here! Vegan MoFo is here! What is Vegan MoFo, you ask?? Why it’s the Vegan Month of Food of course! Now in its 7th year, Vegan Mofo was created by Post Punk Kitchen and inspired by NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Vegan MoFo is a month dedicated to blogging each day, writing …
It may have been women-centric with two charismatic and funny leads, but with its continual racism, ableism and transphobia, I just couldn’t like it.
There’s been a horrific onslaught happening on reproductive rights in the past couple weeks. And the past year. And the past couple of years. In Texas, North Carolina, Ohio and other states, anti-abortion legislation has recently been proposed and passed. As a result, we’ve witnessed awesome resistance — such as Wendy Davis’ outstanding and inspiring …
With all the attacks on abortion access happening right now in Texas, North Dakota, Ohio and nationwide, it’s vital to have a reproductive rights advocate in the Senate. Vote for Ed Markey TODAY. Vote for someone who has a proven track record advocating for reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, equal pay for women, and environment protection.
Check out this interview I gave on the intersections between the fat acceptance/liberation and food justice movements.
The Opinioness is hitting the road! I’m heading to Portland, Oregon for the 2nd Vida Vegan Con this Friday-Sunday for the “Vegan Lovefest.”